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October 15, 2013

Cooper Valves acquires Accuseal

Gerald Ondrey

Cooper Valves (Stafford, Tex.; says it has acquired Accuseal (Houston), the leading manufacturer of severe service metal-seated ball valves. The acquisition will strengthen Cooper Valves’ position within the severe-service valve market. Accuseal will conduct future business as a brand of Cooper Valves under the name Cooper Accuseal. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Accuseal has served the global energy and mining markets since 2005 and will continue to do so as an integral part of the Cooper Valves organization. Accuseal manufactures the most advanced and optimally engineered severe service metal-seated ball valves that meet Class VI zero leakage shut-off standards. Internally developed and proprietary design engineering software, coating processes, and lapping process, Omni-Lap 360, have earned Accuseal a significant advantage over its competition in terms of quality and durability. Accuseal’s approach to quality has a created a stellar track record for providing long lasting critical service valves that meet exacting customer specifications.


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